14 Jan 2014

Melbourne’s tallest skinny skyscraper by BKK Architects approved

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Unlike the typical skinny ‘pencil towers’, the proposed design for this building will display a slender, twisting flower stem design.

The slight twist is expected to encourage natural light within the building.

Standing at 230 metres, the building will house 256 apartments, along with an elevated spa, sauna, pool deck, and a “highly activated” ground level containing shops and cafes.

On site power generation, sky gardens and innovative façade technology will contribute to the project’s sustainability features.
check article at: http://www.bpn.com.au/news/melbourne-s-tallest-skinny-skyscraper-by-bkk-archi?utm_source=Cirrus+Media+Newsletters&utm_campaign=1bbba38d88-fe913f1856_57557&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_fe913f1856-1bbba38d88-59535205

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